Weather Update: Traffic Disrupts In Bhubhaneswar After Heavy Rainfall

24 Aug 2019 10:36 AM

Weather Update: Traffic Disrupts In Bhubhaneswar After Heavy Rainfall

Updated 24 Aug 2019 10:36 AM

With a fresh low pressure area building up over Bay of Bengal set to trigger heavy rain in many areas in the next three days, Odisha Government on Friday asked districts to remain prepared to meet the situation. This will be the third instance of low pressure area triggering downpour in the state in August. Several areas of south and west Odisha had encountered flash floods owing to incessant rainfall earlier this month. In the past two days, too, several parts of the state have experienced rainfall of varied intensity. Vehicular traffic was disrupted in Bhubaneswar on Friday as rain lashed Nayapalli, Jaydev Vihar, Acharya Vihar, Baramunda, GGP Colony, Jharpara and Palasuni areas here. Under the influence of the cyclonic circulation, over northwest Bay of Bengal off Odisha and West Bengal coasts, a low pressure area is likely to form over Odisha and its neighbourhood in the next 36 hours.  

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